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High School Articulation

High school articulation is when a high school teacher and community college professors collaborate to align a college level course with a high school CTE class and determine they are equal.  

Students who complete Career Technical Education (CTE), Regional Occupational Program (ROP), or Adult Education classes may be able to receive college credit for their courses. 

An active articulation agreement must be in place between the student's high school district and an RCCD college at the time the student was enrolled in the high school class. ​